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    Default Kitchen decor

    We have just had our kitchen renovated and the splashback is much lighter than we were expecting, it is almost white when we were expecting it to be pale blue / green. That's our fault though so just wondering how you would decorate this with some colour (i like Aqua / teal, floors are grey)? I don't like clutter. I would usually have my fruit bowl at this end that has nothing there currently. I also don't really like my timber knife block in this kitchen so would be willing to replace it. Bonus points if you have links to actual products 😜

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    A brightly coloured kitchen aid!

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    Spray paint your knife block?
    But a nice Aqua teal kettle and toaster?
    My Aunty has the same splash back she bought these light teal bowls from Myer and leaves them stacked up nicely in the corner

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    It's hard to tell - is the splash back tiles? You can get tile paint to make them darker.

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    it's Perspex

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    It's glass. And I only recently got a white kitchen aid so it would just be more white lol!

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    Can it be taken off easily and the wall behind it painted to make it darker?

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    Or paint the far wall to inject some colour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Can it be taken off easily and the wall behind it painted to make it darker?
    No it's the back of the glass that is painted white, and it can't be taken off easily unfortunately.


 

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